Posts tagged new planting
fall garden prep - oct 2016

Here's a snap shot of garden prep work from 2016.  I always add a little more garden soil in addition to my compost soil.  All of my vegetable and fruit scrapes go into the compost bin and in 4-6 months, nutrient-rich soil is ready to mix into the garden.  Toil the soil and ready for planting.

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garden #3 ready to go - sept 2015
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For experimentation purposes, I decided to go with little starter pods of green romaine, red romaine, and cauliflower.  In the middle plot, I planted cauliflower and green lettuce seeds, as I wanted to compare and contrast the growth and success in these two methods.

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garden #3 addition - sept 2015
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I decided to expand garden #3 to increase my harvest.  This is especially good for lettuce, spinach, and broccoli because you can snip the lettuce/spinach leaves and broccoli stems, and they continue to grow throughout the season.  There are many Fall vegetables that are suitable for our mild winters.  In upcoming photos, you'll see the finished layout of garden #3.  Cinder blocks create a sturdy and long-lasting border, which can also house smaller vegetable plants and flowers that keep bugs/pests away.

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spring prep garden #1
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Taken at the end of March, this is my cherry tomato and hot pepper garden.  Cinder blocks are ideal for creating the border.  Soil is composed of garden soil, compost soil,  manure, and peat moss.  Easy to get one started with the help of Primal Gym. :)

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